George Albert Ormsby (1843-1924) was an Anglican bishop at the end of the 19th century and the first decades of the 20th century. 
He was born in Dublin in September 1843,  the second son of the Rt Hon Henry Ormsby, Chancery Judge of the High Court of Justice in Ireland, and his wife and first cousin Julia Hamilton, and educated at Trinity College, Dublin. He was ordained in 1866.  His first post was a curacy in Eglingham  after which he held incumbencies  in Jarrow,  Rainton  and Walworth.  He was the second Bishop of British Honduras  from 1893  to 1907. He returned to England and ended his career as Archdeacon of Lindisfarne (collated 1914). He was acting Bishop of Newcastle in August, 1914,when the Great War broke out, and served for a second term as acting bishop between the resignation of the bishop, Norman Straton, and the appointment of his successor, Herbert Wild, in 1916. Like Straton and Wild, Ormsby was a strong supporter of British participation in the War. 'Men and women have begun to realise the greatness of the cause...The cause of justice and righteousness and truth and freedom is one and the same everywhere, and without the unfeigned desire for these fellowship and progress may be but empty names'.  He married Ellen Scotland, daughter of Canon Scotland, in 1871 and had several children, including Montague. Ormsby's brother, Edwin, was a long-serving Rector of Hartlepool, 1874-1915, including at the time of the bombardment of the town by the German navy in 1914. A Sub-Prelate of the Order of St John of Jerusalem, he died on 14 February 1924. 
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